XB-E100 China Made Stand Type Operating Light
Dental operating lights are a standard fixture in every dental practice, because without these lights dentistry would be literally be in the dark ages. Something as simple as lightning the oral cavity can actually make or break the success of a dental operation. Operation lights are permanently mounted to the ceiling, cabinet, wall or delivery system and have a variety of swing arm options. These dental lights are powered by either halogen or LED technology and are adjustable to the needs of the dentist, hygienist and assistant. When choosing a light for your operation, ensure it works with your delivery system, cabinetry and if your preferred position during procedures is compatible. Different lights have different color temperatures and lux (light intensity ratings), so be sure these are compatible with the rest of your operation lighting.
Types of Dental Lights
The type of lighting you need for your dental practice will largely depend on where you want the lighting to be mounted. Cabinet and wall-mount dental lights are especially popular since they can be easily moved out of the way when not in use. If you don’t have nearby walls or cabinets to attach lights to, consider using dental overhead lights that are ceiling-mounted or track-mounted. In operating rooms, you’ll often see post-mount lights that are attached directly next to a patient chair. For all your dental lamp supplies and other dental operation equipment, be sure to shop at FOINOE.
Ⅰ. Scope of Application
This product is mainly used in dental clinics for the illumination of patients' mouths.
1. Plug and connect the terminal connectors as shown in Figure 1, to ensure reliable connection of the connector;
2. As shown in Figure 2, insert the shaft of the lamp arm and the base of the lamp into the inner hole of the lamp arm and align it with the screw hole. Tighten the hexagon socket screw with a tool.
3. Insert the trim cover into the lamp arm as shown in Figure 3.